VIGITRON introduces a Video Isolation Transformer

Vigitron, Inc. introduces the Vi1060, a high quality video isolation transformer

Vigitron, Inc. introduces the Vi1060, a high quality video isolation transformer for CCTV and A/V applications.


The Vi1060 is designed to completely eliminate the longitudinal hum which caused by earth loop currents. It operates at a virtually flat response from 10 Hz to 7 MHz, the widest bandwidth in its class while introducing a low insertion loss. This patent pending product offers a compact and unique packaging that can be used either in -line or mounted.

Vigitron, Inc. specializes in design and manufacturing of twisted pair video transmission devices. These products transmit video up to 6000 feet on category 2 -7 unshielded twisted pair wires. They are a cost -effective alternative to coax cables and fiber optics for CCTV applications.

For additional information, please send email to: info@vigitron.com

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